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For animated films by DreamWorks Animation, see List of DreamWorks Animation productions.

This page is a list of films released by DreamWorks Pictures.

Universal Pictures/DreamWorks Distribution (1997–2005)[]

First film library spun off in DW Funding LLC and controlling interest sold to Soros Strategic Partners LP and Dune Entertainment II LLC. In February 2010, Viacom acquired the Soros stake.[1] (The sale only included films released through December 28, 2005, the latest film in the package being Match Point.) All animated films are currently owned by Universal Pictures via its acquisition of DreamWorks Animation which was spun off from DreamWorks in 2004 as a publicly traded company until 2016. And a majority of films that were co-produced by both DreamWorks and its sister studio Amblin Entertainment are now co-owned by both Paramount and Amblin Partners (The owner of both the DreamWorks and Amblin banners). The DW Funding library is now co-owned by ViacomCBS (through the Paramount Pictures unit) and Access Entertainment (since it has acquired RatPac-Dune, Dune Entertainment's successor).

Title Release date Notes
The Peacemaker September 26, 1997 First film to be released
Amistad December 10, 1997 co-production with HBO Pictures; Nominated - Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
Mouse Hunt December 19, 1997
Paulie April 17, 1998 co-production with Mutual Film Company
Deep Impact May 8, 1998 co-production with Paramount Pictures
Small Soldiers July 10, 1998 co-production with Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment
Saving Private Ryan July 24, 1998 co-production with Paramount Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and Mutual Film Company; Academy Award for Best Picture, BAFTA Award for Best Film, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture, Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
Shrek August 24, 1998 co-production with Pacific Data Images; DreamWorks' first computer animated film
Antz October 2, 1998 co-production with Pacific Data Images
The Prince of Egypt December 18, 1998 DreamWorks' first traditionally animated feature film
In Dreams January 15, 1999 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Forces of Nature March 19, 1999
The Love Letter May 21, 1999
The Haunting July 23, 1999
American Beauty October 1, 1999 Nominated - Academy Award for Best Actor
Galaxy Quest December 25, 1999
The Road to El Dorado March 31, 2000
Gladiator May 5, 2000 co-production with Universal Pictures and Scott Free; Academy Award for Best Picture, BAFTA Award for Best Film, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture, Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
Road Trip May 19, 2000 co-production with The Montecito Picture Company
Small Time Crooks May 19, 2000
Chicken Run June 23, 2000 co-production with Pathé and Aardman Animations, DreamWorks' first stop-motion animated feature film; Nominated - Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
What Lies Beneath July 21, 2000 co-production with 20th Century Fox and ImageMovers
Almost Famous September 13, 2000 co-production with Vinyl Films and Columbia Pictures; Best Actress-Kate Hudson; Nominated - BAFTA Award for Best Film; Nominated - Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Meet the Parents October 6, 2000 co-production with Universal Pictures
The Contender October 13, 2000 co-production with Cinerenta Medienbeteiligungs KG
The Legend of Bagger Vance November 3, 2000 co-production with 20th Century Fox and Allied Filmmakers
Cast Away December 22, 2000 co-production with 20th Century Fox and ImageMovers
An Everlasting Piece December 25, 2000 co-production with Columbia Pictures
The Mexican March 2, 2001 North America distribution, co-production with Newmarket Films
Evolution June 8, 2001 co-production with Columbia Pictures and The Montecito Picture Company
A.I. Artificial Intelligence June 29, 2001 co-production with Warner Bros. and Amblin Entertainment
The Curse of the Jade Scorpion August 24, 2001 in association with VCL Communications GmbH
The Last Castle October 19, 2001
A Beautiful Mind December 21, 2001 co-production with Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment; Academy Award for Best Picture, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture, Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama; Nominated - BAFTA Award for Best Film
The Time Machine March 8, 2002 co-production with Warner Bros.
Hollywood Ending May 3, 2002
Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron May 24, 2002 Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Minority Report June 21, 2002 co-production with 20th Century Fox and Amblin Entertainment
Road to Perdition July 12, 2002 co-production with 20th Century Fox; Nominated - Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
The Tuxedo September 27, 2002 co-production with Vanguard Films
The Ring October 18, 2002
Catch Me If You Can December 25, 2002 co-production with Amblin Entertainment; Nominated - Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
Biker Boyz January 31, 2003
Old School February 21, 2003 co-production with The Montecito Picture Company
Head of State March 28, 2003
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas July 2, 2003
Seabiscuit July 25, 2003 co-production with Universal Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment, and The Kennedy/Marshall Company; Nominated - Academy Award for Best Picture, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture, Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
Anything Else September 19, 2003 co-production with Hyde Park Entertainment
The House of Sand and Fog December 19, 2003 co-production with Cobalt Media Group
Paycheck December 25, 2003 co-production with Paramount Pictures
Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! January 23, 2004
Eurotrip February 20, 2004 co-production with The Montecito Picture Company
Envy April 30, 2004 co-production with Columbia Pictures, Castle Rock Entertainment and Baltimore/Spring Creek Pictures
Shrek 2 May 19, 2004 co-production with Pacific Data Images; Nominated - Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
The Stepford Wives June 11, 2004 co-production with Paramount Pictures
The Terminal June 18, 2004 co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Springbok Productions
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy July 9, 2004
Collateral August 6, 2004 co-production with Paramount Pictures
Shark Tale October 1, 2004 co-production with DreamWorks Animation
Surviving Christmas October 22, 2004
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events December 17, 2004 co-production with Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies
Meet the Fockers December 22, 2004 co-production with Universal Pictures
The Ring Two March 18, 2005 co-production with The Kennedy/Marshall Company
Madagascar May 27, 2005 co-production with DreamWorks Animation and Pacific Data Images
War of the Worlds June 29, 2005 co-production with Paramount Pictures and Amblin Entertainment
The Island July 22, 2005 co-production with Warner Bros.
Red Eye August 19, 2005
Just Like Heaven September 16, 2005
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit October 7, 2005 co-production with DreamWorks Animation and Aardman Animations; last DreamWorks Animation film to be distributed by DreamWorks Pictures; Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio October 14, 2005 co-production with Revolution Studios and ImageMovers
Dreamer October 21, 2005
Memoirs of a Geisha December 9, 2005 studio credit only, co-production with Columbia Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment, Red Wagon Entertainment, and Springbok Productions; Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
Munich December 23, 2005 co-production with Universal Pictures, Alliance Atlantis, Amblin Entertainment and The Kennedy/Marshall Company; Nominated - Academy Award for Best Picture, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
Match Point December 28, 2005 USA distribution, co-production with BBC Films; Nominated - Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama

DreamWorks Pictures/Paramount Pictures (2006–2010)[]

DreamWorks films produced under Paramount Pictures ownership. This DreamWorks company is renamed DW Studios, LLC after the formation of the new DreamWorks with funding from Reliance ADA Group.

Title Release date Notes
She's the Man March 17, 2006 co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment and The Donners' Company
The Last Kiss September 15, 2006 co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment
Flags of Our Fathers October 20, 2006 co-production with Warner Bros., Malpaso Productions and Amblin Entertainment
Dreamgirls December 15, 2006 co-production with Paramount Pictures
Letters from Iwo Jima December 20, 2006 co-production with Warner Bros., Malpaso Productions and Amblin Entertainment
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer December 27, 2006 co-production with Summit Entertainment, Constantin Film, Bernd Eichinger Productions and Davis Films
Norbit February 9, 2007
Blades of Glory March 30, 2007 co-production with MTV Films, Red Hour Films and Smart Entertainment
Disturbia April 13, 2007 co-production with Cold Spring Pictures and the Montecito Picture Company
Transformers July 2, 2007 co-production with Paramount Pictures and Hasbro Films
The Heartbreak Kid October 5, 2007
Things We Lost in the Fire October 19, 2007
The Kite Runner December 14, 2007 co-production with Paramount Classics, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Participant Productions
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street December 21, 2007 co-production with Warner Bros., Springbok Productions, Parkes/MacDonald Productions and The Zanuck Company
The Ruins April 4, 2008 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment and Red Hour Films
Tropic Thunder August 13, 2008 co-production with Red Hour Productions
Ghost Town September 19, 2008 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
Eagle Eye September 26, 2008
Revolutionary Road December 26, 2008 co-production with BBC Films and Paramount Vantage
Hotel for Dogs January 16, 2009 co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Cold Spring Pictures, The Donners' Company and The Montecito Picture Company
The Uninvited January 30, 2009 co-production with Cold Spring Pictures, Parkes/MacDonald Productions, The Montecito Picture Company and Vertigo Entertainment
I Love You, Man March 20, 2009 co-production with The Montecito Picture Company
The Soloist April 24, 2009 studio credit only, co-production with Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, StudioCanal, Participant Media, Between Two Trees, Working Title Films and Krasnoff/Foster Entertainment
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen June 24, 2009 co-production with Paramount Pictures and Hasbro Studios
The Lovely Bones December 11, 2009 (premiere)

January 15, 2010 (wide)

co-production with Paramount Pictures, FilmFour and Wingnut Films
She's Out of My League March 12, 2010 co-production with Paramount Pictures and Mosaic Media Group

DW Studios LLC[]

Produced by DreamWorks before the split and was released by Paramount after the new DreamWorks was formed. Distributed by Paramount Pictures and United International Pictures. Note for the original Paranormal Activity that DreamWorks technically acquired remake rights way back in 2007, wanting to remake it with a bigger budget and the original director and then releasing the original as a bonus feature, but in the end the original $15,000 micro-budget film was released by Paramount after test screenings proved successful.

Title Release date Notes U.S. distributor International distributor
Up in the Air December 4, 2009 Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, produced with Cold Spring Pictures, The Montecito Picture Company, Rickshaw Productions, Right of Way Films[2] Paramount Pictures
Dinner for Schmucks July 30, 2010 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment, Parkes/MacDonald Productions and Everyman Pictures Paramount Pictures
Little Fockers December 22, 2010 produced with Relativity Media, TriBeCa Productions and Everyman Pictures Universal Pictures Paramount Pictures
No Strings Attached January 21, 2011 produced with Cold Spring Pictures LLC and Spyglass Entertainment Funding, LLC[3] Montecito Picture Co.[4] Paramount Pictures
A Thousand Words March 9, 2012 produced with Saturn Films and Work After Midnight Films

DreamWorks Studios/Reliance ADA Group (2011–16)[]

Title Release date Notes U.S. distributor International distributor
I Am Number Four February 18, 2011 co-production with Reliance Entertainment Walt Disney Studios Motion PicturesWDS
Cowboys & Aliens July 29, 2011 co-production with Relativity Media, Reliance Entertainment and Imagine Entertainment Universal Pictures Paramount Pictures
The Help August 10, 2011 co-production with Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Imagenation Abu Dhabi, Springbok Productions, 1492 Pictures, and Harbinger Pictures; nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture Walt Disney Studios Motion PicturesWDS
Fright Night August 19, 2011 co-production with Reliance Entertainment
Real Steel October 7, 2011 co-production with ImageMovers, Reliance Entertainment and 21 Laps Entertainment
War Horse December 25, 2011 co-production with Reliance Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment, Springbok Productions and the Kennedy/Marshall Company; nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Sailor Moon March 20, 2012 co-production with Enima Studios, Reliance Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment, and Imagine Entertainment
People Like Us June 29, 2012 co-production with Reliance Entertainment and K/O Paper Products
Lincoln November 9, 2012 co-production with 20th Century Fox, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Amblin Entertainment, and The Kennedy/Marshall Company; nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture Walt Disney Studios Motion PicturesWDS 20th Century Fox
Sailor Moon: Crystal Heart April 5, 2013 co-production with Enima Studios, Reliance Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment, and Imagine Entertainment Walt Disney Studios Motion PicturesWDS
The Fifth Estate October 18, 2013 co-production with Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media and Anonymous Content Walt Disney Studios Motion PicturesWDS

Mister Smith Entertainment (EMEA)

Memphis December 13, 2013 co-production with Icon Film Distribution Australia, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Pearl Street Films, Lakeshore Entertainment, Springbok Productions
Need for Speed March 14, 2014 co-production with Reliance Entertainment, Electronic Arts, and Bandito Brothers
The Hundred-Foot Journey August 8, 2014[5] co-production with Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Image Nation, Amblin Entertainment and Harpo Films[6]
Trail of Tears August 1, 2015 co-production with Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Media Rights Capital, Pacific Standard Productions/Hello Sunshine, Springbok Productions
Bridge of Spies October 16, 2015[7] co-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Springbok Productions, Marc Platt Productions, TSG Entertainment, Studio Babelsberg and Amblin Entertainment; nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture 20th Century Fox
The BFG July 1, 2016 copyright holder only; co-production with Walt Disney Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Springbok Productions, Amblin Entertainment, Walden Media and the Kennedy/Marshall Company Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Mister Smith Entertainment (EMEA)[8]

The Light Between Oceans September 2, 2016 co-production with Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media and Heyday Films

DreamWorks Pictures/Amblin Partners (2016–present)[]

Title Release date Notes U.S. distributor International distributor
The Girl on the Train October 7, 2016 co-production with Reliance Entertainment, Springbok Productions, and Marc Platt Productions[9] Universal Pictures[10] Mister Smith Entertainment[11]
Office Christmas Party December 9, 2016 co-production with Reliance Entertainment, Entertainment 360 and Bluegrass Films Paramount Pictures
Thank You for Your Service October 27, 2017 co-production with Rahway Road Productions Universal Pictures Mister Smith Entertainment[12][13]
The Post December 22, 2017 co-production with TSG Entertainment, Springbok Productions, Reliance Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment, Participant Media, Pascal Pictures and Star Thrower Entertainment; nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture 20th Century Fox Universal Pictures
Mister Smith Entertainment
7 Days in Entebbe March 16, 2018 copyright holder; co-production with Participant Media and Working Title Films Focus Features Lionsgate
First Man October 12, 2018 co-production with Universal Pictures, Springbok Productions, Temple Hill Entertainment and Perfect World Pictures[14] Universal Pictures
Green Book November 21, 2018 co-production with Participant Media; winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture Universal Pictures Lionsgate
Welcome to Marwen December 21, 2018 co-production with ImageMovers and Perfect World Pictures Universal Pictures
On the Basis of Sex December 25, 2018 copyright holder; co-production with Participant Media and Robert Coat Productions Focus Features Lionsgate
Captive State March 29, 2019
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot October 15, 2019 co-production with Miramax, Reliance Entertainment, Saban Films, View Askew Productions, SModcast Pictures, Mewesings, Hideout Pictures, Destro Films, Intercut Capital Walt Disney Studios Motion PicturesWDS

Saban Films

1917 December 25, 2019 co-production with Neal Street Productions and Springbok Productions; nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture Universal Pictures
The Gentlemen January 24, 2020 co-production with Miramax and Reliance Entertainment Walt Disney Studios Motion PicturesWDS
The Turning co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Vertigo Entertainment Universal Pictures
The Trial of the Chicago 7 September 25, 2020 co-production with Springbok Productions, Cross Creek Pictures, Marc Platt Productions and Alibaba Pictures Paramount Pictures

Upcoming[]

Title Release date Notes U.S. distributor International distributor
Killroy was Here Early 2021 co-production with Miramax, Saban Films, Reliance Entertainment, View Askew Productions, SModcast Pictures Walt Disney Studios Motion PicturesWDS
The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent Late 2021 co-production with Saban Films, Reliance Entertainment, Saturn Films
2 Part film adaptation of Dreamstone 2021 to 2022 co-production with Reliance Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment, Amblin Partners, Icon Productions
Clerks III TBA co-production with Miramax, Saban Films, Reliance Entertainment, View Askew Productions, SModcast Pictures, Mewesings

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